Month: July 2018

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Former EYEHATEGOD Guitarist BRIAN PATTON Explains His Departure Read The Article

31st July 1964, Country singer Jim Reeves was killed in a plane crash when the single engine aircraft flying from Arkansas to Nashville crashed in thick fog. 40 year- old Reeves was one of the first country singers to cross-over into the pop market. with his 1960 US No.2 single ‘He’ll Have To Go’, and […]

MIKE SHINODA Says He Is ‘Open’ To Playing LINKIN PARK Shows Read The Article

FOO FIGHTERS Guitarist CHRIS SHIFLETT To Sell 20 Guitars Used Throughout Career Read The Article

MONTE PITTMAN To Release Two New Albums, ‘Better Or Worse’ And ‘Between The Space’ Read The Article

On July 30, 1968, The Beatles’ Apple Boutique, a psychedelic clothing store located at 94 Baker Street in London, closed for business after seven months. The band and its friends had the pick of the remaining inventory the night before, and 50 years ago today, the Apple Boutique employees were instructed to simply let people […]

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Classic Rock Greats THE GUESS WHO Return With ‘The Future Is What It Used To Be’ Read The Article

JAKE E. LEE’s RED DRAGON CARTEL: ‘Patina’ Album Due In November; Track Listing, Artwork Read The Article

30th July 2016, Jack White’s mission to play the first record in space was accomplished. ‘A Glorious Dawn’ by composer John Boswell, mixed with audio of American scientist Carl Sagan describing the universe, was played 28,000 metres above Earth on a “space-proof” turntable. The record played for about 80 minutes until the high-altitude balloon which […]

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